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She’s on a constant coffee high or endorphin rush,
Working out and cooking are her daily “musts.”
If she loves devouring an epicurean meal,
These gourmet foodie presents will make her squeal.

xx – BOND EN AVANT




Gourmet Print Shop
What do foodies love more than food? Taking pictures of food. But iPhone pics are nothing to brag about, so give the gift of beautiful prints from the Gourmet Print Shop. The curves, textures and colors of ingredients, like crystal shaped magenta beets, luscious, slate blue grapes or the playful top of a pineapple are set on white backgrounds and will upgrade any kitchen. www.gourmetprintshop.com, $24 – 36

 

The Rope Workout by Amanda Kloots at Bandier NYC
For the foodie in your life who loves being in the kitchen as much as the gym, give the gift of guilt-free indulging with a gift certificate to the hottest new workout in town – The Rope Workout at Bandier NYC. Created by former Rockettes dancer, Amanda Kloots, this full body, jump rope-only workout will have you dripping, drenched and absolved of any holiday cookie remorse. (Maybe make it a date because who doesn’t love a good sweat session with the bestie?!) www.bandier.com/blog/the-rope, single class $35; five classes $165

Chemex Classic Series Coffeemaker
Simple, classic and oh, so stylish. The Chemex coffee maker will look sleek in your kitchen and make “the most chemically correct” robust coffee, since the heat resistant glass does not absorb odors or chemical residue. A timeless gift for the coffee lover in your life. Maybe throw in a bag of Intelligentsia’s Black Cat Classic espresso beans if you’re really good friends. seattlecoffeegear.com, $36.95; seattlecoffeegear.com, $13

The Beauty Chef Body Inner Beauty Powder
If green smoothies are a part of your bestie’s morning routine, they’ll be sure to love receiving The Beauty Chef’s protein powder, Body: Inner Beauty Powder. This organic formula made with plant protein, fermented superfoods and antioxidant-rich spices is perfect for the foodie whose elevated tastes wouldn’t dare be seen buying protein powder in GNC. net-a-porter.com, $80

Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavors by Diana Henry
In Diana Henry’s new cookbook, “Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavors,” thoughtful recipes and interesting ingredient pairings merge. Seasonings, such as Kashmiri chilies, saffron, grape must and tamarind, are intertwined with pomegranate seeds, fresh mint, dill and parsley to create, as the name suggests – big flavors, effortlessly. A book any aspiring home cook will adore and lucky dinner guests will too. www.amazon.com, $19.89


Scrambling last minute to get gifts? Check out our picks for the Glamour Girl, Wellness Guru, Co-worker, Wanderlust and the Nester in your life. 

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